Oscar Speeches: Families and Babies

Oscar Speeches about Families and Babies

Oscar Babies

“I may have the baby right here out of excitement.” Eva Marie Saint, Supporting Actress, On the Waterfront (1954).

“It was a long walk, I didn’t think I would make it. As wonderful as From Here to Eternity was, what’s even more wonderful is Eternity to Here.” Donna Reed, Supporting Actress, From Here to Eternity (1953).

Family, Family, Family

“God bless you my mother, I love you, my beautiful wife Paulette…My son said he was going to make one of these out of clay for me, now I’ve got the model for him.” Denzel Washington, Supporting Oscar, Glory (1988).

“This means a lot to me, since it comes from a role in which I was directed by my father. And I know it means a lot to him.” Anjelica Huston Supporting Actres, Prizzi’s Honor (1985).

“I’d like to thank my wife Miriam who supported me during the terrible years when I couldn’t get a job in this town.” Tom Schulman, Original Screenplay, Dead Poets Society (1989)

“I guess I’m lucky that my grandmother was such a terrible driver.” Alfred Uhry, Adapted Screenplay, Driving Miss Daisy (1989).

“I’ve got a spirit that guides me, starting from a great-grandmother who died at the age of 117.” Louis Gossett, Jr. Supporting Actor, An Officer and a Gentleman (1982).